2015 Annual Cycling for Seafarers – Raises Funds & Awareness

Cycling for Seafarers

The Mission to Seafarers Vancouver once again held their annual Cycling for Seafarers event and photographer Dave Roels was there to capture the fun. Starting from the Flying Angel Mission on Waterfront Road in Vancouver, industry participants chose either a 40km or 100km route. The shorter ride ended at Seaspan Marine in North Vancouver where Seaspan tugs and yachts from the RVYC returned cyclists to the Main Street Docks. The longer route headed off to Steveston and back to the Mission where they joined the others for a BBQ.

Photo courtesy of Dave Roels (www.daveroels.com)





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